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Brown Powder
Sold as: Mucuna pruriens
ID: 14271
Test Date: Sep 26, 2022
Pub. Date: Sep 26, 2022
Src Location: Online
Submitter Loc: Brooklyn, NY
United States
Color: Brown
Size: 500 mg
Data Source: DrugsData
Tested by: DDL
Lab's ID: 22090003
Sold as: Mucuna pruriens
Expected to be: Not Specified
Has Been Tried: Yes
Lab comments:
No drugs or other peaks detected besides the palmitic acid and linoleic acid.
Brown powder and broken capsule (transferred to baggie in lab).
Capsule broke in transit and powder spilled in shipping envelope. Please package samples carefully to avoid spillage.
DrugsData is not a good choice for analyzing whole-plant products or extracts, or supplements that don't have named components. The main reason to use DrugsData to test an herbal product or supplement is if a sample is suspected of being adulterated. Our program is targeted at analyzing and detecting psychoactive drugs, pharmaceuticals, research chemicals, street drugs, their analogs, and the contaminants in those drugs.

If this sample contained a 'small molecule', the lab would likely have been able to identify the substance. In any case it would have been detected and would be listed above as an Unidentified substance.

If one or more large molecules (such as proteins or peptides) are present, the lab will probably not be able to identify the substance because their lab techniques cause large molecules to degrade. In many cases, the procedures used by the lab cause such large-molecule substances to not show up at all. Simple sugars, vitamins, metals, and minerals do not show up properly using the techniques used by our lab, either.